Internet in the Netherlands
According to research done by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) the Netherlands is ranked with Switzerland in having the most broadband subscriptions per 100 inhabitant...
Internet censorship by country
This list of Internet censorship and surveillance by country provides information on the types and levels of Internet censorship, filtering, and surveillance that is occurring in countries around the ...
Network neutrality
Net neutrality (also network neutrality, Internet neutrality, or net equality) is the principle that Internet service providers and governments should treat all data on the Internet equally, not discr...
Mininova
Mininova is a website offering BitTorrent downloads. Mininova was once one of the largest sites offering torrents of copyrighted material, but in November 2009, following legal action in the Dutch cou...
Mininova - Wikipedia
Fabchannel.com
Fabchannel.com was a Dutch company that aimed to give attention to artists unrecognized by the mass media.The project was founded by Justin Kniest in 2000 in collaboration with internet service provid...
Internet censorship in Uzbekistan
The state of human rights in Uzbekistan have been described as "abysmal" and has faced heavy criticism for the arbitrary arrests, religious persecution, and torture employed by the government on a re...
Observado.org
Observado.org is a non-profit website which collects sightings in nature. Users can submit sightings regarding any area of fauna and flora, whereby administrators scrutinize these sightings. A forum i...
Ciao (website)
Ciao is a European based online-shopping portal with websites in the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy and Sweden. In February 2008, the company launched an American versi...
Internet censorship in Singapore
In Singapore, Internet services provided by the three major Internet service providers (ISPs) are subject to regulation by the Media Development Authority (MDA) to block a "symbolic" number of website...
Internet censorship in South Korea
Internet censorship in South Korea has been categorized as "pervasive" in the conflict/security area, and also present in the social area. Categories of censorship include "subversive communication", ...
Internet censorship in South Korea - Wikipedia
NU.nl
NU.nl is a Dutch news website. It was founded in 1999 and is since 2007 the most visited news site in the Netherlands. It is owned by Sanoma. Nu is the Dutch word for 'now'.
Internet censorship in the People's Republic of China
Internet censorship in China is conducted under a wide variety of laws and administrative regulations. In accordance with these laws, more than sixty Internet regulations have been made by the governm...
Internet censorship in the People's Republic of China - Wikipedia
Internet censorship in Morocco
Internet censorship in Morocco was listed as selective in the social, conflict/security, and Internet tools areas and as no evidence in the political area by the OpenNet Initiative (ONI) in August 200...
Internet censorship in Turkmenistan
Turkmenistan's human rights record has been heavily criticized by various countries and scholars worldwide. Standards in education and health declined markedly during the rule of President Saparmurat ...
Internet censorship in New Zealand
Internet censorship in New Zealand refers to filtering website traffic to prevent Internet users in New Zealand from accessing certain selected sites and material, specifically material that deals wit...
Davindi
Davindi is a search engine for searching the open source Kennisnet database. The name is a pun on Leonardo da Vinci's surname and the Dutch word vind which means find in English.It doesn't crawl the i...
Netherlands Internet Exchange
The Netherlands Internet Exchange (abbreviated as NL-ix, with the last two letters typeset in lowercase) is an Internet exchange in the Netherlands, which is distributed across twenty-five data centre...
Censorship in Sri Lanka
Censorship in South Asia can apply to books, movies, the Internet and other media. Censorship occurs on religious, moral and political grounds, which is controversial in itself as the latter especiall...
End-to-end principle
The end-to-end principle is a classic design principle in computer networking, first explicitly articulated in a 1981 conference paper by Saltzer, Reed, and Clark. The end-to-end principle states tha...
Tweakers.net
Tweakers is a Dutch website featuring news and information about hardware, software and the Internet. The verb "tweaking" in the title refers to the process of tweaking the hardware of a computer, as ...
Catawiki
Catawiki is a free-of-charge online wiki-based compendium of collector's catalogues which can be edited by every registered user with the edits subject to expert review. Originally in Dutch, an Englis...
Scene.org
Scene.org (also known as The International Scene Organization) is a non-profit organization, providing the currently largest demoscene file repository. It was founded in 1996 by Jaakko "Mellow-D" Mann...
Scene.org - Wikipedia
Digital Library for Dutch Literature
The Digital Library for Dutch Literature (Dutch: Digitale Bibliotheek voor de Nederlandse Letteren or DBNL) is a website (showing the abbreviation as dbnl) about Dutch language and Dutch literature. T...
FOK!
FOK! is a Dutch website and virtual community, containing active content like news, reviews, columns and polls. It was founded by Danny Roodbol, and is one of the largest internet communities of the ...
FOK! - Wikipedia
Internet censorship in Afghanistan
Internet in Afghanistan began in 2002 after the Karzai administration took over office in Kabul. It was banned prior to 2002 because the previous Taliban government felt that it broadcast obscene, imm...
Internet censorship in Afghanistan - Wikipedia
Amsterdam Internet Exchange
The Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX) is an Internet exchange point situated in Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. AMS-IX started in 1994 and is a fast-growing, non-profit, neutral and independent peer...
Amsterdam Internet Exchange - Wikipedia
DAG (newspaper)
Dag ([dɑx]; English: Day), stylized as DAG, was a freely distributed Dutch-language tabloid newspaper in the Netherlands between 2007 and 2008. It was released jointly by publishing company PCM an...
MyVideo
MyVideo is a video hosting service website, based in Bucharest, Romania. It is available in German (myvideo.de, myvideo.ch and myvideo.at), and Romanian (myvideo.ro). According to Alexa Internet, the...